Doc went to the Berkman Thursday meeting this evening.
Steve Williams, Digg: “If we could look in the head of the page to find the corresponding mobile-friendly page, we’d be ecstatic.”
Dan Farber: “Mary Jo Foley has been a persistent thorn in Microsoft’s side for more than 10 years.”
Mike Arrington says he knows who the anonymous blogger, Dead 2.0, is, but he hasn’t told the rest of us. It could be a good thing for the tech blogosphere to put a name to this person, might make people think again before taking cheap shots if they could end up being responsible for what they say.
My inner-cynic has figured out what’s going on with the “debate” about torture in the Sentate. It’s so obvious, I don’t know why I didn’t see it before. The Republicans are about to lose Congress, at least partially because the electorate has come to realize how dangerous it is to have the executive and legislative branches both controlled by the same party. Solution — show the President having an argument with three of his staunchest supporters. Fake controversy. Voila. Extra benefit — it distracts the press and the public from the awful news from the Iraq. Challenge to the Dems, get the focus back on Iraq, asap.